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James YoungMy Official Wife (1914)

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These two brief clips are all that remain of this lost film of 1914, they were excerpted in the Warner Brother's 1931 Vitaphone short "The Movie Album." The first clip shows the meeting of Helene's terrorist cell with an extra who is NOT Leon Trostky, and the second appears to be the scene of Helene (Clara Kimball Young) and Lennox (Harry T. Morey) visiting the Weletsky's (Earle Williams and Louise Beaudet), with Eulalie Jensen as the angry woman. No sound track.

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Director: James Young
Producer: Vitagraph Company of America
Production Company: Vitagraph Company of America
Audio/Visual: silent, b&w
Language: none
Keywords: Silent Films; Lost Films; Anarchists; Russia; Drama

Creative Commons license: Public Domain

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Clara Kimball Young, Harry T. Morey, Earle Williams, Louise Beaudet, Eulalie Jensen

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